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I have been seeing many touching stories and decided I'd like to share one. Sorry in advance for the long post! Okay, on my last trip at the end of April, my mom and I were in line for the Astro Orbiter. There was a blind man, about the age of 18 with his father standing behind us in line. The boy kept asking his father what the attraction looked like. The father would keep telling him about it. As the line kept moving, the boy reached out to feel where he was, as he reached out he touched my hand. Embarrassed, the boy jumped back to his father. I simply said it was totally okay and not for him to worry. He smiled and continued to talk with his father. As it came time for both our parties to get in our rockets, the boy and his father both couldn't fit together in the rocket. The father asked him if he wanted to go by himself, and the boy said yes. Reluctantly, the father left as the CM secured the boy in tightly. As I sat in my rocket ready to take off I thought of how Disneyland would feel without seeing anything at all, it saddened me a little bit that this boy had never truly seen the magic. But as our flight started, I looked back to see the boy flying as high as he could, with the happiest face I ever saw. At that moment I saw a blind man SEE Disneyland for the first time, better than I ever had before.